Pittsburgh Public Schools will expand its free lunch program to to seven more of its buildings this fall, adding some 2,600 students to the program, which offers free lunches to all students at schools and early-childhood centers where at least 80 percent of children qualify for free or reduced-price meals. Last year, the free lunch program covered 40 sites. The district already provides free breakfast at all of its 80 schools and childhood centers. Total enrollment was 26,649 in 2008-09, ...

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